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Zero in on Customer Behavior

In human-robot collaboration, human and machine work hand in hand. The human operator controls and monitors production, the robots perform the physically strenuous work. Both contribute their specific capabilities. Human-robot collaboration In human-robot collaboration, the robot assists the human operator. This means: The machine does not replace the human, but complements his capabilities and relieves […]

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Designing human-robot collaborations

We are experiencing an increase in human-robot interactions and the use of collaborative robots (cobots) in industrial work systems. To make full use of cobots, it is essential to understand emerging challenges and opportunities. In this paper, we analyse three successful industrial case studies of cobots’ implementation. We highlight the top three challenges and opportunities, from the empirical evidence, relate...

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AI In Prepare For The 4th Industrial Revolution

Kroger, one of America’s largest grocery chains, has decided to embrace technology to help it survive and thrive in the 4th industrial revolution. With 2,782 grocery stores under nearly two dozen names in 35 states, Kroger plans to leverage its data, shopper insights and scale to help it remain a leader in the marketplace of the future. According to a...

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Automated analysis of retinal imaging

Working in close partnership with Moorfields, we have developed AI technology which we hope could improve the way eye diseases are diagnosed and treated and could ultimately help the millions of people across the globe affected by preventable or curable sight loss.

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Looking at AI-focused

The applications of GANs is rising and so is the risk of misinformation spread through their use. In this day and age when fake content is so prevalent, GANs pose a significant challenge to the efforts already underway to combat misinformation. This X does not exist is a website which compiles a list of popular GANs. Most of them are quite harmless,...

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Using AI in a medical training game

Recent advances in AI make it feasible to provide intelligent support in educational games without the need for handcrafting models of the domain and learners. Dr Niall Winters explores the use of these techniques for the LIFE (Life-saving Instructions For Emergencies) mobile game aimed at nurses and associated healthcare workers across the Global South.